UCF Police have identified four people allegedly involved in an armed home invasion at an apartment complex near UCF.
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Reysling DeJesus Herrera, 22; Jose Almonte, 17; Alexis Jasmine Walker, 20; and Amani Jalia Hamilton, 21, are being charged with home-invasion robbery with a firearm, false imprisonment and trespass of a conveyance, according to a UCF Police news release.
The incident happened on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at the Pointe at Central apartment complex.
According to police, Walker arranged a drug deal with a resident at the complex and arrived at the complex with Herrera and Almonte in a stolen vehicle out of Orange County.
Walker and Hamilton then signaled to the men downstairs to rush into the apartment after socializing with the complex residents.
The men pointed a firearm at the residents and stole drugs, electronics, a backpack and one of the victim’s wallets, police said.
Although Herrera and Almonte denied involvement in the incident, police said victims identified them.
Hamilton is also being charged with grand theft auto. Herrera, Almonte and Hamilton are in custody in Osceola County. Walker is still wanted for arrest.